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  • Because the ultimate reality is not something that can be realized through just any means, all consciousness can do is abide in its true nature till it is revealed as being nothing but the ultimate itself.
    Desthein
  • Through noticing how our cells respond in the experience of now, there is a noticing of the production of not only the sense of reality but also the sense of self that we believe we have.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • Human life is Divine, not only in terms of its potentiality, but because it is a perfect manifestation of all divine impulses of nature, reflected throughout our human physiology as the universe incarnate…
    Igor Kufayev
  • “It is astonishing to realize that growing up actually means to become one with Existence. It means to find the whole Existence within myself, it means to discover that Existence is alive in my own heart and being. The song of a bird echoes my own inner voice, the beauty of a flower reflects my own inner beauty, a dog becomes an expression of my own unconditional love and friendship, the majestic mountains create an exstatic joy, and I discover all the shining stars of the sky within my own heart. It is to realize that the whole Existence is alive, and that the underlying thread of consciousness is God.” ― Swami Dhyan Giten
    Swami Dhyan Giten
  • The frill of a seat cushion moves in the breeze. The chest rises and falls. A wave of emotion moves through the body as it is seen anew - All there is is aliveness.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • "We need to awaken from awakening in order for the awakening to really be of any use. Otherwise we tend to become insufferable spiritual bores with their heads in the sand!"
    Francis Bennett
  • At the core of each of us and within the essence of all life pulsates the energy and wisdom of creation. This wisdom knows what to do, this energy knows how to do it.
    Richi
  • Through the inner being, we come in contact with the inner ocean, the undefined and boundless within ourselves, where we are one with life. We realize that God is part of life. We realize that God is not a person, but the consciousness that is part of everything. We find God in a flower, in a tree, in the eyes of a child or in a playful dog." Through discovering our inner being, we discover that we are also part of the flower, the child or the dog. We realize that God is everywhere." - Swami Dhyan Giten
    Swami Dhyan Giten
  • My journey brought me to recognize the embodied knowing of All. And my passion is This invitation. With whom ever is interested I love sharing This.
    Meike Schuett
  • It's not that the body stops experiencing pain, it's that you stop experiencing the body.
    Devaji
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